February 22, 2021

2020 COVID End of Year Report

Read about our "COVID Courage" in 2020

In 2020, Maryhurst experienced one of the most unpredictable years in its history. COVID-19, a pandemic like none we have seen in more than100 years, entered our country, state, and more specifically our Maryhurst campus. 

Maryhurst is home to around 300 young survivors of abuse annually,  and our community counseling staff regularly visits hundreds of homes through our in-home services. The pandemic disrupted so much about the way we've learned to work with children and families, and, yet, our teams came together in unprecedented ways to ensure no one went without the care they needed.

As we look back on the challenges COVID-19 presented, we recognize this as an important opportunity for us to consider all that has been accomplished while celebrating the recent release of a vaccine and focusing on hope for the future of our children, families, and employees.  

To learn more about how Maryhurst is able to continue saving lives in the midst of ever-changing circumstances, check out the link below.

Access our COVID-19 End of Year Report here.

 

 

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